Greater Milwaukee AMS April Meetings

Join us on April 5th and 12th for two exciting talks on the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season as well as private-sector and data-science careers!

Colloquium: Professor Jon Kahl

February 23, 2018 at 2 pm
Colloquium talk “Automatic, Multiple Assessment Options in Undergraduate Math and Science Education” by Dr. Jon Kahl

Colloquium: Dr. Ryan Sobash

December 1, 2017 at 2 pm
Colloquium talk “Variations in the Practical Predictability of Severe Weather Events due to Model Resolution and Storm Environment” by Dr. Ryan Sobash

Atmospheric Science Open House

Friday, November 3rd, 3:30-7:00 pm

Prospective freshmen and transfer students, we invite you to learn what makes UWM the place to be to study meteorology!

Master Chat – Climate Change and the Great Lakes

November 3, 2017
How is climate change affecting the Great Lakes? Join the UWM Alumni Association as Professor Paul Roebber speaks about some of the local impacts of global climate change.

Greater Milwaukee AMS September Meeting

Thursday, September 28th, 7:00 pm (Bolton Hall B46)
Join us for “Public Safety Weather Support from NWS Milwaukee for the 2017 U.S. Open Golf Tournament” by Tim Halbach, Warning Coordination Meteorologist with NWS Milwaukee/Sullivan!

Fall Welcome BBQ!

August 31 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

We welcome all new and returning atmospheric science students, as well as students interested in the weather, to join us for a Fall Welcome BBQ!

Join Us For Weather Camp!

Saturday, June 17th, 9 am – 3 pm
Are you a high school student who is interested in the weather? We invite you to join us for our first-ever Weather Camp on June 17th!

Colloquium: Dr. Alan F. Srock

March 10, 2017 at 2:00 pm
Colloquium talk “Fire Weather: Research Challenges and Opportunities” by Dr. Alan F. Srock, St. Cloud State University, Assistant Professor of Meteorology.

Atmospheric Science Open House

Come to our Open House! You will find out what makes UWM’s Atmospheric Science Program special. The program gives students valuable opportunities to enhance their educational experience in weather forecasting, research, and communication.